A local court has upheld an ordinance passed by Santa Barbara, Calif., officials banning RV parking along the affluent seaside city’s streets between the hours of 2 and 6 a.m., according to the Los Angeles Times.
The law affects 500 RV dwellers who live in their rigs and park downtown and along the beachfront because they cannot afford other types of housing available in and near Santa Barbara, the newspaper reported.
At least 90 citations have been issued since the law took effect March 19, according to The Times.
There are two RV parks near Santa Barbara but The Times quoted an RV dweller who described them as “expensive and usually full.”